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Reviews for Coop Light - Automatic Chicken Coop Door

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good product, happy with purchase - Maine,

very easy to install and program. I have it set on manual right now but will use the auto feature when it gets closer to winter and shorter days. When I put the light on, the chicks wastes no time going in for the night!


Auto Door & light -

The auto door was the second best chicken related product, after the chickens. No more jumping out of bed at first light to let them out. All I need to do now, is trust the girls have gone to bed. Maybe omlet should do a camera. I would suggest you buy the light as well, I wished I'd bought it at the same time.


BEST Coop door -

This is the most amazing coop door ever..easy to install..no hesitation from my girls using it..love the light that comes on before it closes..love that it runs off batteries and not solar or electrical..finally peace of mind if I'm out of town..best coop door out there..especially with the safety features


Great product -

This thing is great don’t have to go out at dawn and lock the ladies up anymore automatic door close every time I set mine on time mode light goes on a couple of minutes before door closes!!


Coop Light -

Excellent product. The light calls my chickens in for bedtime. Light comes on at dusk, chicken get in coop, AutoDoor closes and it’s night, night for the day.


i wouldant be without it -

it is all good i cannot fault the products in any way you dont have to mess with string like on most coop doors and the omlet coop door and light is fantastic and i know my chickens are safe to me best product going many thanks omlet


Help with winter blues! -

Got this coop light to help my girls through this very dark period! As it is also compatible with my door. Bonus! it is a real help!


Good product -

Well made product. Easily integrated with the automatic door controler.


Problem Solved! -

We have not used a light on the coop before but it’s was a new young flock (8 hens) and we live in the Highlands (so daylight is at a premium at the moment (November)). We bought them from a grower of commercial flocks and so they had been used to a tightly regulated indoor system and so had to learn to become free range hens! And the light has helped showing them where to go after a day foraging in their run to roost for the night (it took a couple of days but their behaviour now is ‘normal’) going in a out of the coop at the correct times - one happy hen owner!!